In the face of protests outside and online, All in Row received its world premiere last night at London’s Southwark Playhouse. Theatre critics have started delivering their verdict on the play and production; on Thursday, the public will be able to pose their questions and concerns to the show’s creators. Time to get booking and/or submitting your questions.
All in Row is set on the eve of a couple’s non-verbal autistic son being taken into care. The child is portrayed by a puppet. What was the thinking behind this and other choices in the play? Watch our rehearsal room interviews with the writer, director and cast. Time to get booking!
Less than two weeks until Alex Oates’ new play All in Row premieres at London’s Southwark Playhouse. Sneak a peek inside the rehearsal room with stars Charlie Brooks, Simon Lipkin and the company, directed by Dominic Shaw. Time to get booking!
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Thursday 21 February 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock will talk to the creatives behind the world premiere of All in a Row and special guests. Got any questions?
Charlie Brooks and Simon Lipkin star as parents to an autistic child in Alex Oates’ new play All in Row, which receives its world premiere next month at London’s Southwark Playhouse. Gen up – and then get booking!
Set in Prague in 1950, and based on the true story of activist and writer Milada Horakova (Polly Attala), it tells of her struggles with the state, portrayed by Joseph (Jason Denyer). It is two years since the Russians seized power, five since they liberated Milada from her jail cell, facing a death sentence in the hands of the Nazis.